INTERNET OFFERS HOLIDAY FUN FOR FAMILY, CO-WORKERS

Jan 14 22:00 2002 Maria Heckaman Print This Article

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Whether you celebrate Christmas,Guest Posting Chanukah, or Santa
Claus, the holiday season is the perfect time for
having fun with family and co-workers.

Of course, the Internet proves to be a great resource
for gathering recipes, crafts, songs, and interesting
tidbits about the holidays.

Santa's Net and The Kids Domain are two of the best
holiday Internet sites, both offering information for
many beliefs.

Do you know what year the British Parliament
officially abolished the celebration of Christmas?
What about the date and location of the first printed
reference to a Christmas Tree? How do you say "Merry
Christmas" in Bohemian, Yoruba, and Chinese?

Santa's Net can help you find the answers to such
questions, while filling you up with many more holiday
facts and myths.

On its home page, visitors can countdown to Christmas
and choose from many categories to browse, including
carols and songs, Christmas traditions from other
countries, recipes, toys, Christmas movies, bookmarks,
and more.

Keeping with its world-holiday theme, the site also
has posted recipes such as Amaretti from Italy, Billy
Can Pudding from Australia, Christmas Lebkuchen from
Egypt, and Kourabiethes from Greece.

The Kids Domain may sound like a place, well, just for
kids, but the whole family can find something fun and
interesting at the site.

It offers gift-making ideas, electronic greeting
cards, crafts, games to download, holiday clipart,
recipes, book suggestions for parents, music, stories
and world traditions.

The site includes holiday variations for several
countries and/or beliefs such as Kwanzaa and Ramadan.
There also is the Grownups Place for parents.

Children have the opportunity to send Santa Claus a
letter, provided in an easy-to-use form.

Other sites that offer letters to Santa are The North
Pole's Christmas Mission, Claus.com, Santa at Home,
Dear Santa Claus, Santa Claus Online, and The
Christmas Pages.

Finally, children of all ages can track Santa Claus'
travels on Christmas Eve at www.noradsanta.org.

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